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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Bread Pudding II
Just made it, but rather than using a pan, I used a muffin/cupcake pan for easy serving. Everyone else in the house thought it was great, despite the fact that I had forgotten the other 2/4 cups of sugar I had meant to put in (oops, haha..). Anyway, sweetness aside, I thought the pudding went past being moist, and went straight to being wet. I would definitely reduce the amount of eggs to 3 next time I make it, and omit 1/4th cups of milk. I love cinnamon, and I would reccomend adding 1/2 of a teaspoon into the milk and egg mixture if you feel the same way. I think 1/2 of a teaspoon of nutmeg would probably add some depth to the flavor, and make it what I would consider a perfect bread pudding.

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 17, 2003
Bread Machine Garlic Bread
The only reason I am rating this a four is because this is the basic bread recipe with the added parsley and 2 teaspoons of garlic powder. I actually used this to make dinner rolls, which is basically the same thing, just in dinner-roll format. The crust *is* quite crispy, and the bread on the inside is very soft and moist. Though I do not have a bread machine, I still made this by mixing all ingredients excepting the flour, which I added last. 2 and 1/2 cup of flour is plenty enough flour to use, and I suspect using a little less would still result in a good bread. If you really like garlic, I would suggest omitting one teaspoon of garlic powder and adding one clove of minced garlic. Also, since I did not have dry milk powder, I substituted it with a teaspoon of half and half which worked out fine.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 29, 2003
Swedish Meatballs I
I used the meatballs from this recipe and the sauce from another (carnation). The meatballs were... pretty bad. The onions added a very bitter flavor to the meat, and even without the onions, the meatballs were especially bland. The recipe required no salt, and I strongly believe this is its major downfall. Even after being added to the sauce (which is very similar to the other) the meatballs did not very good. I highly feel I have wasted a perfectly good pound of ground beef and 1/4 cup of onions. My family choked down the meatballs, and I felt horribly bad about having made such a meal for them. We used the same ground beef and onions in other meals and they all turned out fine. Sorry for the bad review. If you look down on the comment page you will see that other people have said they used additions (such as mushrooms, A1 sauce, allspice, and garlic) to their recipes and found it made a better meal (which we were robbed of). This is a sincere review and im sorry that it is negative one.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 6, 2002

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